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Nov 13, 2012 1:00pm PST
intelligence agency that is a rival so it went to the head of the fbi and then to the attorney general, a very political attorney general. why the attorney general didn't report to congress? why did he not report to the white house. every administration i have been part of, if there was a thought that one intelligence agency was investigating a key appointee of the president and a cabinet member and particularly someone in the high level of national security and command in defense of this country it should have been dealt with as a substantial security issue but a political issue. >>neil: but --. >>guest: the fbi works for the justice department and the attorney general. their chain of command would be to take it to the attorney -- the hoover years stopped it. that is what is upsetting in the hoover years with one intelligence agency investigating another and not telling anyone else. >>neil: what do we make leaving aside the draw difficult -- the tawdry details, what do you make of the agency investigating this other agency? >>guest: they should have taken it up the chain of command and saying
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